#1
So I painfully bought a $20 capo today to learn Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah, and I know that the song alone wasn't worth the capo. I need some more capo songs to make my $20 back/

Anyone have any suggestions?
#5
driftwood by travis

a fair few U2 songs i believe
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#6
Bunch of James Blunt songs.
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#7
The true value of a capo comes when you sing along to chords, you can change the pitch of the song to accommodate your normal voice.
#9
Wonderwall by Oasis and Sailing Away by Travis are two that came to mind.
#11
This question has been asked many times before. Try searching the forums.
#15
No woman no cry-Bob Marley
Some Bob Dylan
There are more I know but can't remember
#17
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The true value of a capo comes when you sing along to chords, you can change the pitch of the song to accommodate your normal voice.


+1
take it easy man .. its just a thread
#18
Bob Dylan's "Going to Acapulco"
The Band's "Unfaithful Servant"
Gordon Lightfoot's "Sundown"
#19
Quote by Dylan_IE
The true value of a capo comes when you sing along to chords, you can change the pitch of the song to accommodate your normal voice.


+100

There are a lot of songs out there that use a capo but this user has the true value of a capo figured out.
#20
Save Your Scissors - City and Color

Also you tune your B string and A string diffrently, to EGDGCE, I beleive.
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#23
Astair-Matt Costa
Simple Starving to be Safe-Daphne Loves Derby
Fast Car-Tracy Chapman (i learned this song only because i always made fun of her singing haha)
You could tune half a step down and go capo first fret to get standard tuning.
that's what i do when i just get done playing more than words =]